THE BERLIN MOOT – A conference pioneering new approaches to peace: 17-18 April in Berlin

THE BERLIN MOOT: A peace conference on 17-18 April


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Young Ukrainians support each other in a youth project organised by STAN. 

“Young people have a great potential to drive change”Interview with Yaroslav Minkin, founder of a Ukrainian youth organisation

Read how young people can play a decisive role in Ukraine and how best to support them.

  • feature 14 Feb 2023
A graphic recording summarising the main arguments is available for download below

The gender-transformative potential of transitional justiceHow dealing with the past processes can work for and with women

During our second dialogue event, we discussed how transitional justice can contribute to the transformation of discriminatory gender structures.

  • feature 9 Feb 2023
Participants of the interfaith rehabilitation programme "Restart" at a session called “Making connections – expressing solidarity".

“Only when you understand the past, can you define a vision for the future”Interview with Taras Dzyubanskyy, Ukrainian expert on interreligious dialogue

Read how religion can promote understanding and resilience in Ukraine.

  • feature 2 Feb 2023
Monsenior Hector Fabio Henao, Colombia, and Ven. Yon Seng Yeath, Cambodia, discussing their experiences as faith-based mediators.

Exploring religion as a force for conflict transformation

Read how peace practitioners can tap into the potential of religion to transform individuals and communities for the better.

  • blog post 26 Jan 2023
  • Author(s) Nura Detweiler
Event on gender-transformative approaches to transitional justice

Video: Enabling changeGender-transformative approaches to transitional justice

Watch a recording of our event on gender-transformative approaches to transitional justice.

  • event 19 Jan 2023
Painter Lynne Cameron talks with Berghof staff about art and conflict transformation.

Transformation through artA talk between artists and peacebuilders

Inspired by a recent artist residency, Berghof colleagues discuss with painter Lynne Cameron how art creates space for conflict transformation.

  • feature 28 Dec 2022
Mural on the so-called "revolution building" in the city of Tripoli, northern Lebanon.

Violent extremism cannot be countered by governments aloneResults from our PAVE research project

The international research project PAVE launches policy recommendations for governments, civil society leaders, and international policy makers on 7 countries.

  • feature 22 Dec 2022
For the first time since 2015, directors of financial and zakat authorities from several governorates met in the city of Aden.

How to respond to local needs during war:An example from Yemen

For the first time in years, representatives of local authorities from several Yemeni governorates met to discuss how they can improve their response to local needs.

  • blog post 21 Dec 2022
  • Author(s) Hasan Shujaa
Mural in the city centre of Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine that is called "Volunteer kindness".

Divided or united?The impact of war on Ukrainian national identity

Our consultant Mariia Levchenko interviewed civil society activists across Ukraine on the impact of war on Ukrainian national identity.

  • blog post 20 Dec 2022
  • Author(s) Mariia Levchenko
Thousands attended demonstrations in the Basque country in 2017 holding up signs of the activists group “Artisans Of Peace” who worked as peace brokers during the process of ETA’s disarmament.

If people don’t feel safe, how can they play an active role in negotiating peace?Workshop on security guarantees in peace processes

How can peace facilitators put measures in place to protect all parties during peace processes? Véronique Dudouet co-facilitated a workshop on security guarantees.

  • blog post 14 Dec 2022
  • Author(s) Véronique Dudouet
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